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How to Establish a Bedtime Routine

How to Establish a Bedtime Routine

Sleep, for both children and adults, is vital to an individual’s growth and development. Studies show that when sleep-deprived, children are more prone to injuries, illness, and low grades. It goes without saying that their moods are affected, as well. Read the rest of the post. Bookmark on Delicious Digg this post Recommend on Facebook [Continue]

How to Survive Being a Stay-At-Home Parent

How to Survive Being a Stay-At-Home Parent

Making the switch from career-driven corporate employee to stay-at-home parent is a massive step. It is a lifestyle change, as it involves being in the company of their children at all times of the day instead of the companionship of other adults. Read the rest of the post. Bookmark on Delicious Digg this post Recommend [Continue]

6 Ways to Teach Siblings to Get Along

6 Ways to Teach Siblings to Get Along

It’s completely natural for siblings to fight and scream at each other, and maybe even push, shove and pull each other’s hair occasionally. Sometimes, however, the arguing can get out of control. Read the rest of the post. Bookmark on Delicious Digg this post Recommend on Facebook Buzz it up share via Reddit Share with [Continue]

6 Common Discipline Mistakes Parents Make

6 Common Discipline Mistakes Parents Make

One of the most difficult things every parent has to do is discipline his or her child. Children often do things they shouldn’t do. As a parent, it is your responsibility to tell your child what to do—and what not to do. Although there are many ways to discipline a child, there are also numerous [Continue]

How to Improve Your Child’s Reading Comprehension

How to Improve Your Child’s Reading Comprehension

Now that summer camp is over for the kids we’ve decided to put Jacob in a weekly reading program for the next five weeks to improve his skills before school starts. Reading comprehension is a crucial reading skill that every child needs to develop. It is the process of understanding and interpreting text that has [Continue]

4 Tips for Dealing With Picky Eaters

4 Tips for Dealing With Picky Eaters

Dealing with picky eaters at home can be terribly frustrating. The last thing you want to do after a long day at the office or anywhere else is to battle with your child over green peas or a piece of broccoli. If you want to end the ongoing war at the dinner table, then here [Continue]

4 Secrets to Getting Children to Do Their Homework

4 Secrets to Getting Children to Do Their Homework

As all parents know, doing homework isn’t usually a child’s favorite activity. In fact, getting a child to do homework after a long day at school is one thing that most parents and children dread having to deal with on a daily basis. Here are some great tricks to help get your children to do [Continue]

Tax Free Shopping Days!

Tax Free Shopping Days!

Tax Free Shopping Days! Back to school shopping is my favorite shopping season of the year since I work on Christmas and birthday gifts all year long so it’s less painful to the budget.  One of the best ways to save another 7% to 10% right off the top (depending on where you live) is to [Continue]

Loving These Teacher Appreciation Gifts!

Loving These Teacher Appreciation Gifts!

Loving These Teacher Appreciation Gifts!   The kids had a blast last night preparing these appreciation gifts for their teachers!  Their favorite part was using a big spoon to fill them with M&Ms and my favorite part was eating all the ones that hit the table.  Thanks to Sara at Our Best Bites for the great [Continue]

It’s Big Cheese Day for the Quads!

It’s Big Cheese Day for the Quads!

It’s Big Cheese Day for the Quads!   We’re nearing the end of our quadruplets’ first school year and to celebrate each of the pre-k “kindermice” gets a day of their own where they’re the “Big Cheese” for a day – they get to wear this snazzy hat, lead activities and give a presentation to [Continue]

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